Colorado sophomore Isaiah Oliver is sitting in first place with 4,006 points in the decathlon after breaking two Colorado records at the Pac-12 Combined Event Championships at the Whyte Track and Field Center in Corvallis, Ore..
Sitting in sixth place after the first round of events with 3,524 is Colorado junior Andrew Ghizzone.
As for the women's heptathlon sophomore Maja Wichhart-Donzo is leading the Buffs sitting in seventh place with 3,099 points. Junior Michaela Wenning sits twelfth with 2,819 points, fellow junior Mariah Slack is right behind her at thirteenth with 2,733 and freshman Drianna Mustin rounds out the Buff women sitting fourteenth with 2,675 points.
Oliver started the day off in style breaking two school records in the first two events of the day. In the 100-meters Oliver scorched the race in 11.82 seconds which broke the school record that Oliver himself had set previously in the season.
Oliver followed that up by leaping past the previous Colorado record in the long jump, recording a distance of 24-1.75/7.36 on his way to what already was his second win in just the first two events.
While the day didn't go according to plan for the Buff women, in the 200-meters, the final event of the day, Wichhart-Donzo raced to a second-place finish in the race recording a time of 25.04 seconds. The great finish, the best for a Buff woman on the day, put Wichhart-Donzo in shouting distance of a top five finish in the final day sitting at seventh with 3,009 points.